SIPRI, Signalistgatan 9, Solna
In 2015 the European Union, Russia, the United States and Iran agreed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), regulating Iran’s nuclear programme and lifting sanctions. Now tensions are rising again. Against this background, Tarja Cronberg provides a strategic analysis of 12 years of EU nuclear negotiations with Iran.
How did the EU succeed in framing the negotiations to prevent the development of nuclear weapons? How will the JCPOA influence forthcoming Iranian presidential elections? What is the role of EU–Russia cooperation in the Joint Commission that monitors implementation? What steps can be taken towards establishing the Middle East as a nuclear weapon free zone?
This event will be held to celebrate the new book Nuclear Multilateralism and Iran by Tarja Cronberg. Copies will be available to buy onsite for a reduced price, cash or swish welcome.
Programme: Coffee will be served at 13.30 and the discussion will begin at 14.00.
Dr Tarja Cronberg, SIPRI Distinguished Associate Fellow with the European Security Programme, Former Chair to European Parliament’s delegation for relations with Iran
Ambassador Michael Sahlin, SIPRI Distinguished Associate Fellow and former Swedish Ambassador to Turkey
Dan Smith, SIPRI Director
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